Medical Definition of Rhodeose

1. L fucose (6 deoxy L galactose) is found as a constituent of N glycan chains of glycoproteins, it is the only common L form of sugar involved. D fucose is usually encountered as a synthetic galactose analogue. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhodeose

rhodamines
rhodamins
rhodammonium
rhodanate
rhodanates
rhodanese
rhodanic
rhodanic acid
rhodanic acids
rhodanine
rhodanthe
rhodarsenide
rhodation
rhodeoretin
rhodeose (current term)
rhodesite
rhodic
rhodie
rhodies
rhodin
rhodium
rhodiums
rhodizite
rhodizonate
rhodizonic
rhodizonic acid
rhodnius
rhodo-
rhodobacter

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